Just in time for Mother's day, I am sharing this conversation with Maraya Brown. In Maraya's words as a health coach, and Nurse Midwife, she doesn't just help women birth babies, she helps women birth themselves.
Make no mistake about it, she also has birthed many babies, including three beautiful children of her own. But the work that she does goes well beyond the birth process, creating safe spaces for women to explore all phases and stages of the female experience including birth, hormonal changes, pregnancy, miscarriage menopause, and more.
As a woman, she has experienced many shifts in her own right, from being a carefree, adventurous, risk-taking young person, to the mid-life, scheduled owner of three businesses that she is now.
Reflecting back on experiences that have changed her lens on herself on the world brought her to not one, but two stories. One from being bold, being brave, and surviving the Almeda fires in the Fall of 2020, and one from the sudden loss and grief of having her expectations for her future shattered in an instant with the loss of job and home along with the miscarriage of her first pregnancy in one fateful adventure.
Maraya wrote a thorough telling of her journey through miscarriage. You can read that here.
If you're a woman who is feeling ready to move from exhausted to energized, balance your hormones, and feel turned on by your life, your lover, and yourself, then click here to see if Maraya is just the person to help you make that happen, or better yet register for her free workshop that starts on May 24th (maybe I'll even see you there!).